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The '''Caxton Club''' is a gentlemen's club|private social club and Bibliophilia|bibliophilic society founded in Chicago in 1895 to promote the Artist's book|book arts and the history of the book. To further its goals, the club holds monthly (September through June) dinner meetings and luncheons, sponsors bibliophile events (often in collaboration with the Newberry Library) and exhibitions, and publishes books, exhibition catalogs, and a monthly journal, ''The Caxtonian''. The Caxton Club is a member club of the Fellowship of American Bibliophilic Societies.
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Indians of North America
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Whistler, James McNeill, 1834-1903
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Canada -- Description and travel
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lovelace, richard, 1618-1658
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charlevoix, pierre francois xavier de, 1682-1761
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cheney, john vance, 1848-1922
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cheney, john vance, 1848-1922, comp
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legler, henry eduard, 1861-1917
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